Benedict Cumberbatch is rocking a bleach-blond hairdo for his role as the highly controversial journalist Julian Assange in the movie The Fifth Estate. Assange has faced extensive legal troubles stemming from his site WikiLeaks, which is responsible for leaking classified information, including military materials.
Kristen Stewart prepared audiences for the ending of Twilight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 when she told Jay Leno that it was "shocking," but no one quite expected the long battle sequence that wrapped up the world of Bella Swan (Stewart) and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) — much less the fact that it would be revealed to only be happening in Alice's head, and that no death or destruction would actually come to our favorite characters.
It's almost time for the next (and final) round of Twilight promotions, and at last night's MTV Video Music Awards, fans got a sneak peek not only at the upcoming trailer for Breaking Dawn — Part 2, the installment that will wrap up the onscreen Twilight series presumably forever, but also what the months of promotion that lie ahead could look like in a world devoid of a Pattinson-Stewart union.
By the looks of it, there are two things that are important to Robert Pattinson, 26, right now: forging a post-Twilight career in the wake of the upcoming final Twilight installment, Bill Condon's Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn — Part 2, which he's largely accomplishing by next starring in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis, and avoiding any talk about alleged ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart, 22.
The ongoing promotion of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 has produced some (pleasant) surprises, including Robert Pattinson’s racy jokes at Comic-Con 2012. The latest to surface are spoilers from a sneak peak of the first seven minutes of the film, which reveal Kristen Stewart’s character Bella ravaging a mountain lion.
$30 million dollars taken from midnight showings alone tells you that the collective appetite for Stephanie Meyers’ pristinely sexless teen romance has not diminished despite the shameless snapping of this final installment into two halves.
Fans of the Twilight series were out in force Monday night to celebrate the premiere of the series' penultimate installment, Breaking Dawn: Part 1, at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, and Peter Facinelli attended the packed event, at which fans uproariously applauded key scenes, especially the highly anticipated wedding between Pattinson's Edward and Stewart's Bella.
The Twilight franchise is taking a tip from Harry Potter's rampant success by breaking up its final movie, Breaking Dawn, into two parts, the first of which is slated to hit theaters next month and has created more buzz than any of the Twilight installments thus far.
If anticipation for the ending of the Twilight saga comes in waves, then yesterday the tide was high. Just as the movie poster was being plastered on the walls of cinemas everywhere, sexy new stills from Breaking Dawn Part 1 poured out like blood from a pair of bite marks.